Tagalog Rubric Essays and Term Papers

  • Ada Documents

    classroom? c. How were the varied musical elements (timbre, dynamics, rhythm, pitch, form) employed bring about the message of the music? X ASSESSMENT Rubrics for Group Performance Basic –Unfocused tone, erratic rhythm, unstable pitch, inconsistent phrasing and dynamics. Needs work on nuances with reference...

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  • fs. 1 education

    Focus 7: Perceived Role of a Teacher 1. Interview Guide sheet 2. Reflection J. Personal Reflection on the Portfolio K. Comments of the Faculty L. Rubric for the Portfolio M. Competency Checklist (For Faculty Use) N. Self-Rating Competency Checklist ENLYN A. MORATA 353 S. Fernando St....

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  • History

    Mediterranean machismo could inflict. From being likened to a naturally occurring species of bamboo called bayog, the native effeminate man (bayoguin) in the Tagalog-speaking regions of Luzon slowly transmogrified into bakla, a word that also meant ‘confused ‘and ‘cowardly.’ Unlike his formerly ‘destined’ state...

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  • Field Study 1

    INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES & LEARNER’S INTERACTION - 7 EPISODE 6: HOME-SCHOOL LINK - 8 PERSONAL REFLECTION - 9 ADDITIONAL ENTRY - 10 RUBRICS - 11 EVIDENCES - 12 ABOUT THE AUTHOR PERSONAL BACKGROUND Name: Jesse Dan Quitalig Birthday: January 8, 1988 Birthplace: Catbalogan...

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  • essay educational

    tongue]…. We didn’t stick to the framework,” she added. There is another problem that surfaced in schools operating in Metro Manila and in neighboring Tagalog provinces. Since MT is designed to be taught as another field, how do schools do that when they are already teaching Filipino? This was the question...

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  • Math

    real-life problems • problems involve real numbers, measurement and scientific notation • problems are solved using a variety of strategies Tools: Rubrics for assessment of problems formulated and solved Stage 3: Learning Plan Resources or Suggested Materials Instructional Activities (Please see Teaching...

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  • Tatag Ng Wikang Filipino

    ligaya sa lupa na di dinilig ng luha. (Tagalog) There is no earthly joy that is not watered with tears. Say liket ban-bantayey ermen. (Pangasinan) Joy is always guarded by sorrow. Ang kapalaran ko di ko man hanapin, dudulog lalapit kung talagang akin. (Tagalog) The good fortune which is intended for...

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    ligaya sa lupa na di dinilig ng luha. (Tagalog) There is no earthly joy that is not watered with tears. Say liket ban-bantayey ermen. (Pangasinan) Joy is always guarded by sorrow. Ang kapalaran ko di ko man hanapin, dudulog lalapit kung talagang akin. (Tagalog) The good fortune which is intended...

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  • Arts

    artwork. 4. You may also use the themes, motifs or patterns that show your regional identity. Original artwork and image by: J.C. Mendoza 2013 RUBRIC Indicators 5 Excellent 4 3 Very Good Good 2 Fair 1 Poor 1. Composition and design - Shows the theme and motifs of prehistoric...

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  • Learning Style

    other ESP classes that require extensive application or use of the students’ oral communication skills. Introduction [On board I speak] mostly Tagalog and English. But I prefer English, they speak English much more often and you can get your English more fluent to communicate with the nationalities...

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  • 2010 Secondary Education Curriculum in English

    of poetry Explain the relationship existing between subject The learner interprets a poem through choral reading based on the following criteria: Rubric • Facial Expression • Phrasing/ blending/ pausing/ timing • Rate • Enunciation • Accuracy • Voice quality and verb in a given sentence Prove a...

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  • Pciship Case Presentation

    efficiently appraise the effectiveness and efficacy of nursing interventions rendered to the problems identified; 8) compile sample outputs of rubrics, syllabus and test questions; 9) accept critics for improvement from clinical instructors; 4 Scope and Limitation The data presented...

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  • English

    Manila Hilton was the place to be seen at. 2. Noted journalist Carmen Guerrero Nakpil, who is a native of Ermita, points out that Ermita was then a Tagalog village peopled by free, energetic and handsome Malays who drank whine, wore gold bangles and treated each other and the Spanish newcomers with exquisite...

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  • Portfolio

    A. Quibuyen 2013-2014 Mr. Melvin A. Bustoba Supervising Instructor, OLPCC-SM Merlita-Uy Callangan Ed.D College Dean, OLPCC-SM TABLE of CONTENTS Rubrics for FS Portfolio OLPC-SM Vision-Mission RNHS Vision-Mission Student’s Profile Entries Episode 1 (What’s Up? What’s Up?) Episode 2 (My First day Jitters)...

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  • Field Study

    Gems in world literature | 1 | Fundamentals of music | 1 | Focus on English American literature | 1 | Model letters | 1 | Sulyap ng dulang tagalog | 3 | Mapanuring pag-aaral | 5 | Simplified method | 1 | Plumbing | 1 | Simplified construction estimate | 1 | Planning and designing | 1...

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  • K-12 Dress Making and Tailoring Modules

    What Do You Already Know? What Do You Need to Know? How Much Have You Learned? How Do You Apply What You Learned? How Well Did You Perform? ( Scoring Rubric ) What is your Score? How Do You Extend Your Learning? References To get the most from this Module, you need to do the following: 1. Begin by reading...

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  • South East Asian Music for Grade 8

    Appropriateness of accompaniment and movements Correct pitch Sensitive phrasing Well-defined dynamic level Creativity 5 4 3 2 1 Rubrics for Designing an Instrument Substitute Basic Developing Approaching Proficiency Inappropriate; Most materials Appropriate Messy and appropriate; materials;...

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  • Theology I - "Searching for God in the World Today"

    of everyday living. What is the “everyday”? In different cultures, the words for “everyday” or “ordinary” are: • Tagalog: pang-araw-araw, pangkaraniwan • Cebuano: adlaw-adlaw, matag-adlaw • Chinese: 日常, rìcháng ...

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  • Digital Storytelling in Philippines

    help to create a collaborative environment (Gibbs, 2001) [19].  Porter also discusses the use of informal evaluation, which she defines as the use of rubrics and scoring guides.  She also mentions that these could also be used as a means for self reflection.  The third type of assessment is described as...

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    bridesmaid/groomsmen. In Ilocano, this means beside a person or a thing abot In Tagalog, this means to reach out. In Ilocano, this means a hole. aga In Tagalog, this means early. In Cebuano, this means morning. agas In Tagalog, this means flowing or bleeding. In Ilocano, this means medicine. agi ...

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